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... he was leaving, Tapovanji told him very gently to go for a walk every morning for fifteen minutes, then sit quietly for five minutes and then sleep again if he wished to. After a year, the boy came back – this time wearing traditional clothes and holy ashes on the forehead. He prostrated to Tapovan Maharaj. What a transformation after just one meeting with Tapovanji Maharaj! This was the power of his speech and tapas.
· Gurudev writes ...
... of food, starting with plain, bland dishes. By contrast, it took me about six days to recover. Next time I’ll try the Gregory method.
We spent a fair amount of time deliberating whether we should leave Mussoorie tomorrow – to head for Rudraprayag, which is an apparently beautiful mountain town about five hours drive from Mussoorie, or whether we should just stay here in Mussorie for another day or two. Given that everything here is ...
... well. I had a very simple (basically plain white bread) meal, and they had a couple of vegetarian dishes that they found delicious. (They are both vegetarian.) I found out why I was unable to find their hotel when I was looking for it yesterday: They mistakenly gave me the wrong name! It turns out that the hotel they are staying in is one that I had already visited. It’s a nice enough place, and well enough located, but I ruled it out for myself due to the ...
... ways of doing something.
However, I will still insist that being inconsiderate of others (say, by being noisy in a hotel in which you’re not the only guest) is universally recognized as rude. Of course I could be wrong, though.
This topic of manners in general, and Indian manners in particular, is discussed in the book I just finished reading, “Indian Takeaway – One Man’s Attempt to Cook His Way Home”, by Hardeep ...
... be completely
relaxed and the breath on a cycle of the same amount of time inhaling and
exhaling with no pauses. Yoga is the
preparation for Pranayama- breathing techniques to further connect to the
breath (and rid the mind of thoughts) which leads up to the ultimate –
meditation. My meditation practice has deepened that much more from all the new
information I have received here at the course.
It’s so easy to walk through life experiencing ...